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    Title: A Case Study: Developing reusable Learning Objects
    Authors: Santorum, Marco
    Carrion-Toro, Mayra
    Guacapina, María-Belén
    Acosta-Vargas, Patricia
    Jadán-Guerrero, Janio
    Issue Date: 2021
    Publisher: Proceedings - 2021 2nd International Conference on Information Systems and Software Technologies, ICI2ST 2021. Pages 79 – 86. March 2021. 2nd International Conference on Information Systems and Software Technologies, ICI2ST 2021. Virtual, Quito. 23 March 2021 through 25 March 2021
    Abstract: Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) offer the possibility of creating a massive resource and knowledge base in the educational field. Learning Objects (LOs) are digital instructional elements that help users' complete tasks. This diversity has made it difficult to easily integrate them into educational software solutions, which is why this document presents a study of the characteristics, standards, and tools for creating and reusing OAs. For this purpose, a systematic literature review of 1023 scientific articles were carried out. With the results of 42 selected articles, a website was developed based on the SCRUM methodology, which integrates OAs oriented to the use of ICT tools to contribute to virtual education generated by the global crisis of the pandemic by the COVID-19. This study can serve as an input in future studies related to SCRUM-based learning objects.
    URI: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9447353
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